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Thursday, April 15, 2010

Tim Minchin (Interview) in Farrago Magazine

My February interview with the prestigious Mr Tim Minchin has been published in Edition 3 of  Melbourne University's Farrago Magazine. For the benefit of those who aren't in Melbourne, if you click the picture below, you should be able to see a hi-res photo of the article that you can read.

Farrago sometimes publish in e-mag form in addition to their regular paper mag, but their website has not been updated to announce its printing as of yet. Rest assured, I will let you know if and when it is. I have a much, much longer transcript of the interview (conducted by my friend Jacqui D and myself), which will grace the digital pages of this blog very soon if all goes to plan.

If any Melbourne Uni kids stumble accross this blog (the probability of which, I must admit, is low), I suggest you pick up a copy of Farrago. It's a brilliant little publication with some satisfyingly witty content; and it's printed using vegetable-based inks on an elemental chlorine-free paper, sourced using sustainable forestry practices, etc. So you're not doing the world any damage if you do so. Go on, folks.










Farrago Edition 3 Cover Art by Diego Patiño.

7 comments:

  1. Well, aren't you a legend?

    Is it cool seeing your name in print like that?

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  2. Nice one. I love, love, loved the closing paragraph.

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  3. Thank you and you're welcome, guys. Really really stoked that you like it. Had to cut it down lots, but I was determined to keep that last bit in, Simone.

    Alex, I think I squealed and a bit and said, "It's me!" when I saw it. Totally rewarding.

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  4. I read the article as soon as I turned on my computer today. Very impressive. Articulate. And full of Tim. Pat yourself on the back, Hannah!

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  5. Thank you, Cathy! *pats self*

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  6. Awesome interview/article - how wonderful for you! I loved the last paragraph too and the section about how to make a house a home, as it were ;) Brilliant.

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